Sponsored by Union of Independent Colleges of Art.
Green, pink, and black on white poster details the workshop, its location and application process. Poster images vary and include cartoon-like drawings, photographs and a portrait; text is hand-written.
"At least four of the following will be available at all times with their expertise in film, video, photography, edible plants, structures, sight-seeing, glass, cooking, etc. Benson, Carpenter, Chihuly, Dreisbach, Eisch, Hanson, Johanson, Landon, Simpson, Tamura, Hollis."
This poster was Pilchuck's first after its founding (a 1971 poster was made, though the school's location at that time was still unknown) and also debuted the school as a glass, photography, and media workshop (the result of Buster Simpson's influence; once Simpson left in 1973, Pilchuck ran once again as a glass workshop).
Artist-built shelters from the first year appear as well as Chihuly's first outdoor installation of glass at Pilchuck in 1971 (eventually this led to Chihuly's shows at botanical gardens).
Pilchuck's second year was funded partially by Union of Independent Colleges of Art (UICA); the remaining support came from John Hauberg.